Whether you’ve accidentally spent more than you had in the bank and find yourself subject to costly overdraft fees or have an expensive bill come out of nowhere, losing money is never a good feeling. That’s why bank-issued protections, like notifications about expensive charges and fraud alerts, can provide such peace of mind to customers. Unfortunately, a new scam claiming to offer protection against fraud is targeting customers of one particular bank—and the trouble starts the second you pick up the phone. Read on to find out what you should do if you get this call.

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Bank of America customers have recently been targeted in a new phone scam, ABC 7 reports. The fraud begins with customers receiving a text that appears to be from Bank of America, which asks them to verify a…

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